Pair of Maniglia floor lamps by De Pas, D’Urbino and Lomazzi for Stilnovo, 1970s

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Pair of  Maniglia floor lamps designed by Jonathan De Pas, Donato D’Urbino and Paolo Lomazzi for Italian lighting manufacturer Stilnovo.

We found the following description in a Stilnovo advertisement from 1975 -translated from Italian-: “New quality of design. Light, it moves with the touch of one finger. Perfectly balanced, it can be oriented in all directions. Subtle but robust. Structure in high resistance thermoplastic material, with cooling ‘fins’.”

The transformer is cleverly mounted at the end of the 92 cm long arm of the lamp. It acts as a counterweight so the lamp can move in all directions. The maximum height of the lamp is 162 cm. The condition of both lamps is very good, although one of the two floor lamps has some scratches on the base of the lamp (see picture).

We also have a Maniglia table lamp in our collection. The combination of the three lamps is very nice.

Attribution

  • Designer:
    Jonathan De Pas, Donato D'Urbino and Paolo Lomazzi
  • Manufacturer:
    Stilnovo
  • Model / Name:
    Maniglia
  • Design period:
    1973
  • Year of production:
    1970s
  • Country:
    Italy
  • Literature:
    'Repertorio del Design Italiano 1950-2000' by Giuliana Gramigna on Page 219 (1973).

Character

  • Materials:
    Metal (partly chromed), reflector and transformer-holder of Makrolon
  • Condition:
    Good vintage condition
  • Colour:
    Black, Chrome
  • Height:
    162 cm / 64 inch
  • Width:
    29 cm / 12 inch
  • Depth:
    92 cm / 37 inch
  • Literature:
    'Repertorio del Design Italiano 1950-2000' by Giuliana Gramigna on Page 219 (1973)

Shipping

  • Weight:
    7.8 kg / 18 lb
  • Ships from:
    Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • Product code:
    1818208 & 1818249